Today, my slacker co-worker accused me of stealing because I got more hours than him. I was called into the manager's office and interrogated. They believed him, and sent me home for the day. I guess it pays off being the boss's kid. FML

by Anonymous / 03/06/2016 at 1:49pm / United States (California) / Work

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  • The shittiest player on my old softball team got MVP over me just because she was the coach's daughter. I think you should just keep proving yourself to be better than him as a worker, and soon get promoted out of having to work with him.

    #5 - On 03/07/2016 at 4:27am by UnidentifiedFun

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  • Unfortunately yes OP it really does pay to be the bosses son. Nepotism really is hard to overlook and he probably doesn't want to believe his son would be a slacker. Hopefully you're a good enough worker for your boss not to punish you.

    #3 - On 03/07/2016 at 4:23am by Schmavid64

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